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Mar 16, 2018
Lok Sabha clearing Finance Bill without debate an abdication of democratic responsibility by BJP, OppositionCrucial Lok Sabha business like the Finance Bill, that ought to take at least a few days of considered debate, was done and dusted in just about 46 minutes.
Mar 15, 2018
Road to nowhere: Kaladan project chugs ahead on treacherous terrain at high cost to human lives, resourcesIn a terrain as inaccessible as it is harsh, the Kaladan Transit Transport Project in south Mizoram comes at a high cost to human lives and equipment.
Mar 14, 2018
Road to nowhere: Agitating Mizoram landowners, escalating costs, dearth of records stall Kaladan projectThe strategic multi-crore Kaladan Multi Modal Transit Transport Project in Mizoram, envisaged as a key component of the Act East policy which will link India’s landlocked North East to Kolkata through Myanmar has hit a snag that could take time to resolve.
Mar 13, 2018
Kerala 'love jihad' case: Hadiya's 'victory' no cause for celebration, it sets terrible precedents for women's rights adjudicationHadiya's 'hard-won victory' should not call for celebration as it is not something that the Judiciary aspires to do – the bare minimum for women's rights.
Mar 11, 2018
KP Oli wins vote of confidence, garners two-thirds majority in lower House of Nepal's ParliamentNepal's newly-elected Prime Minister K P Oli on Sunday won a historic vote of confidence with two-thirds majority in the country's lower House of Parliament.
Mar 09, 2018
Tech2 Talks: Digital rights activist, Nikhil Pahwa explains what's wrong with Aadhaar and how to fix itThe discussion with Pahwa also takes place at a time when petitioners are actively chasing the government's Aadhaar program, pointing out loopholes and the downsides of the system in the Supreme Court.
Mar 07, 2018
Pulling down of Lenin's statue not just an attack on Left, it's an assault on plurality of ideas and diversity of thoughtThe culture of intolerance shown in bringing down Lenin's statue is contrary to argumentative Indian tradition & tantamounts to society's Talibanisation.
Mar 03, 2018
Asaduddin Owaisi dares Narendra Modi to hold early Lok Sabha elections, says people are 'ready to teach PM a lesson'MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Friday dared Prime Minister Narendra Modi to hold early general elections - othewise to be held in 2019
Mar 01, 2018
Yogi Adityanath's state-sponsored Holi celebrations undermine Constitution, dent idea of syncretic IndiaThough Yogi Adityanath is free to celebrate any festival as a private citizen, sponsoring a festival as CM dents the secular fabric of the Constitution.
Feb 24, 2018
Traditions in Nagaland keep women out of politics even as 2018 polls see five female contestants, highest in state's historyThe Nagaland Assembly Elections 2018 will see five women candidates contesting the polls, the highest ever to fight an Assembly election in the state